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Podcast! New era for United debated

Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement and the appointment of David Moyes as his Manchester United successor are debated on a special Football Podcast.

Last Updated: 10/05/13 at 14:52 Post Comment

Sir Alex Ferguson: Stepping down as Manchester United manager

Sir Alex Ferguson: Stepping down as Manchester United manager

Sky Sports News Radio's Mikey Burrows resumes hosting duties and is joined in the studio by TEAMtalk.com journalist Mark Holmes, SkySports.com football reporter Adam Bate, and Manchester United fan and writer Tom McDermott.

The quartet give their thoughts on what the future holds for Manchester United with David Moyes in charge, how long he will be allowed to go without success and whether the presence of Sir Alex Ferguson at the club will be a positive or negative for the new manager.

The best teams of the Ferguson era at United are then debated, as well as his best and worst signings during his long reign, in a special edition of the Podcast dedicated to the biggest football news of the season.

The race for Champions League places is also discussed before Wolves fan Adam gives his verdict on what has gone wrong at Molineux following the club's relegation to League One.

Click here to download the Podcast as an MP3 file, or you can listen via the Mixcloud player at the bottom of the page.

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